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's movie director takes on the teacher unions. will d.c. chancellor michelle reed be their latest victim? welcome to the journal, editorial report, i'm paul gigot. house republicans unveiled their so-called pledge to america this week, calling it a governing agenda. they plan to pursue if they reagenda control of congress in november. the pledge includes proposals to permanently extend all the bush era tax cuts, including those for high earners, and give small business owners a 20% tax deduction on their income. canceled all unspent stimulus funds and roll back spending to pre-stimulus and pre-bailout levels and repeal obama care. replace it with proposals that include limits on malpractice lawsuits among other things. the pledge is widely seen as an effort to do what the republicans did when they won the house in 1994, with a contract with america. so, will it work? joining the panel this week, wall street columnist dan henninger, john fund and washington columnist kim strassel. some conservatives are out there saying this is weak, they wanted more, are they right? >> well, paul, i'd sa
duncan is pushing to keep reed in d.c. but officials in north ne jersey are trying to get her to run the sool system there. after today's meeting, council chair gray offered few details. >> chancellor reed staying or going. the state of education in the city. and we'll leave it there. >> gray said he and reed will meet again sometime before the general election in november. >>> still ahead, new restrictions set on the popular diabetes drugavandia. >>> starbucks raising priced on some of its drinks. >>> a model takes a tumble on the catwalk. >> doug? >> oh, boy, i'll tell up and i'll tell you what as well. big changes, not just big changes, huge changes in the forest. i'll show you what to expect, ming up in just a minute. >>> and in sports, a big shakeup for the nationals' organization. on the field, the nats playing like gold glovers, and he's back. redskins' safety kareem mre ready to lay the ackdown. hey, ove, i'm gonna need a bank. any ideas? capital one bank. they're everywhere. ♪ yeah, you're right! [ horns honki ] hey, there's one right up the street. [ male announcer ] capi
and the origin of the species for more than 30 years in congress. >> this is an insidesaurus. like harry reed, nancy pelosi. >> reporter: queen anne's county man to hear him tell him. a county commissioner that everybody is looking for. >> i think i'm the candidate who's ready for these times. >> reporter: as seen on this you tube video posted on her campaign website, mcculsky isn't ready to give up that seat. >> what are your friend? i say i'm not shy, and i'm not retiring. >> reporter: mcculskey is the most known republican of the state. >> it taps right into the mood of the country and the mood of marylanders that entransit incumbents are part of the problem not the solution. >> reporter: and mccuslkey describes herself as a fighter. and says those skills should never go instinct. i will always put my trust in the great people of our state. ward has a measure of trust of his own. >> we don't look at it as a long shot. we just look at it as we're behind. >> reporter: voting for that september e election started today. as for facing the entire electorate in november. let's just say somebody'
've made to the agency. our first award goes to debra reed. debra, could you please step up to the podium? debra serves as our secretary for the citizens advisory council and has been with the agency for five years. as you know, the c.a.c. is a 15-member board that has four committees and one full c.a.c. meeting each month. when debra began supporting the c.a. crmplt, the position had been vacant for several months with no direction about how to proceed. and debra took over the reigns and figured out how to get that job done. she goes beyond the call of duty to keep all of our meetings on track from scheduling topics and speakers to c.a.c. members' requests for information. although the job is very demanding, debra handles it with great grace and quiet dignity. her commitment to the agency is exemplified by the long hours and weekends she spends to keem the c.a.c. formed of the m.t.a. initiatives and business decisions. recently, unfortunately, debra announced her retirement. and we wanted to take this opportunity to express our appreciation for her contributions to the success of our age
modelo cubano no funciona y el senador harry reed considera po nr a votación el dream act en el senado antes de noviembre. este su noticiero univision con jorge ramos y desde méxico maría elena salinas. qué tal, buenas noches después de vosotros varios días y angustias, el pastor evangélico que había anunciado una quema del corán de asistió de su plan des el vaticano advirtieron las consecuencias del actos la cancelación del evento serelo skwoin con otro anuncio hecho en nueva york. . >>> fue una decisión por la que muchos estuvieron luchando y que finalmente se obtiene, el reverendo fe terry carro necesario canceló sus planes de quemar corán vmentd>>> esto después que en nueva york se acordara mover de lugar la construcción de una mezquita a dos cuadras de la zona 0 en el día se realizaron manifestaciones en nueva york. pidiendo para que jones desistiera de su idea de quemar el corán. >>> y hasta el departamento de estado alertó a los norte americanos en el exterior sobre posible protestas si se realizaba el evento. >>> propio presidente le había pedido que no hicie
of what reed is saying about the election results. >> read it is saying now that she understood from the very beginning that the decisions she was going to make it, the reform efforts she was going to make were going to cause consternation. she knew that from the beginning. she was going to come in and make a number of changes. now with the other administration poised to go forward with the city, she says there are still a lot of things to talk about. she says a conversation this to happen now. she did say that she believes a lot of those may have cost her her job. she says that no matter what, she was to make sure that they continue to move forward. >> i have spent the last 3.5 years but in my blood, sweat, and tears into the reform efforts here. will make sure we do what ever we can. >> vince gray says he wants to move forward. he has yet to say whether or not that person will be michelle rhee. >> what is next for the mayor? he says he will not wage a right in campaign or run as an independent. he says he will find another way to get back to the community. >>> we as a new details f
at tazman and 1st. no one seemed overly concerned about the pipe running underground. but chuck reed says he's already been that that section of pipeline will be on the list. but pg&e didn't give any details as to why. >> we don't know the specific locations of the section. we don't know what they plan to do about it. so we're anxious, like everybody else, about what needs to be done. >> reporter: this is the director sent to pg&e's president. it asks for seven areas of information. eventually they want to know which projects is high priority. and what specific public safety concerns put these projects on the list. it also asks for information on anying section of line 132. s that the san -- that's the san bruno line that exploded. the pg&e wants to know if any of that line was on high priority projects. remember, the fireball in san bruno burned for over an hour. the shutoff valves were manual and took some getting to. automatic valves are not required. they want to know how much it would cost to replace these. they are answers that mayor reed wants to know. >> i'm not gonna pretend to be a
del orden.---el alcalde "chuck reed" y los miembros del llamado "comiÉ de normas y gobierno abierto" se reuniÁn esta semana para determinar si el Úblico debe tener acceso a todos los archivos policiales, o solamente a ciertos documentos, como propone el jefe de la poliÍa.---durante su campaÑa poÍtica, el alcalde "reed" prometÓ transparencia en su gobierno, pero en un principio rechaÓ una propuesta de abrir ciertos archivos autoÁticamente. --un analisis de la muerte de 8 bebes de california, victimas de tos ferina, dejo al descubierto que los Édicos diagnosticaron la enfermedad de forma tarÍa, a pesar de que los padres llevaron a los pequeÑos a multiples consultas.--como nos informa "anabel sedano" ahora muchos se preguntan si estos decesos ---enseguida en noticias univision 14......a menos de dos meses de las elecciones de medio termino, una encuesta hace que los republicanos comiencen a frotarse las manos. ---la conmemoracÓn del dia del trabajo en estados unidos marÓ el inicio de la campaÑa poÍtica de cara a las elecciones de medio termino. ---en noviembre estaÁn en
to mayor fenty boozing his job and could also cause reed her job. they both agree that they will have to have a conversation about the future and about her position. reed says that regardless, the public schools need to continue moving forward. >> i have spent the last 3.5 years putting my blood, sweat, and tears into the reform efforts here. we will make sure that we do whatever we can to try to ensure that they continue. >> gray has said that school reform is a priority -- is a priority for him. he has yet to say whether or not that person will be read. >> thank you for that report. meanwhile, at&t is going to hang over -- adrian fenty is going to hand over the office. he says he will not run for another elected office. >> return to battleground, md., where someone is trying to smooth over some hurt feelings after the primary. she received the endorsement of the primary opponent, brian murphy. >> president obama will try to rally democrats about his tax cut plan. several house democrats sent a letter to their leaders asking him to extend the bush tax cuts for everyone. >> the search
jose's mayor, chuck reed, said that the intersection of taz min and first is on the list. that's what he's been told by pg&e. and they are on this apparent list that could be released as early as today. but other than that, it doesn't appear the city has gotten much more. the city wants to make this list public. they have already made public areas of fremont, south san francisco, and livermore, that have been deemed high risk. but what this means in terms of an action plan, still not clear. and people we talked to this morning say they are worried. >> i would probably try to avoid those areas that are high risk. because obviously something bad happened once. and it is possible that it could happen in san jose. >> reporter: how much this list will actually tell us when it it is -- when it is finally released, we don't know. san bruno city manager said they have already been told that none of the pipelines in o this -- on this list are in their city, including the one that exploded. so we don't know what pg&e plans to do about the high-risk lines. we'll keep you updated all morning long
. one of the players who will be called upon to keep the houston passing game at bay, safety reed doughty, always ready for game time. >> one, two, three. >> i like to get on that first team bus and get there a little bit early to the game. to get my mind right, listen to music on the way over o the bus. and just be ready for the game. i don't like to feel rushed getting ready before the game. wive any specific pregame ritual. for me i like to geto the stadium early, like i said and relax a little bit. i always go on the field and warm up. i have to be off the field in specific time. that's the one thing i do. i have to be off the field 30 minutes before we go out so i'm ready to go. >> i don't have any specific stretches. i'm not superstitious. i don'do the same thing every single time. in general, do i the same warmup we do pratt and usually catch balls from the coach and every single game to get my mind ready, ritual we do. this isy fifth year in the league. five years post jackson. he knows what i'm about on game day. i li to talk a lot. i catch balls for m. and make sure i'm
where one of angle's campaign managers posted this video. the clip shows reed supporters shouting at angle using less than 140 characters that angle staffer tweeted check out. >> now you don't even need a complete sentence to change a campaign. >> less than 140 characters. >> you can tweet a phrase and it can change a campaign. reporter: first harry reid votes to give special tax breaks. reporter: these days a attack tweets are almost as common as attack ads. sharon angle mock health coverage. >> everything they want to throw at us now is covered under autism so that's a mandate that you have to pay for. reporter: or this angle tweet here harry reid's plan to save the nevada stimulus money being used for testing drugs on primates. this from a angle staffer gets personal referring to reed's campaign managers as 13-year- old girls. angle caught in mullet lies. >> we're at the beginning of a newer a. reporter: michael leahy pie neared a if you use for twitter. the hash tack pound sign put in front of phrases and acronyms. he topped conservatives on twitter has become a haven
coming. ed reed has been placed on the physically unable to perform list. reed will miss the ffrst six -eeks of the season due to a torn muscle in hii hip. recovering from off season surgery. it doesn't help, though, that the first fourrof the first six games are against the jets, bengals, steelers, and patriots. now to something that caught everyone's eye last night. in the second quarter a pass is picked off and he has no one n -ront of him. heading for the first touchdown of his career, he starts celebrating at the rams' 45 and stopped at the goalline and line. the coach gave his linebacker a piece of his mind. one day later the coach cooled off and said he'll use it as a teaching point. >> i think it's a learning opportunity, and the bottom liie is we don't want any peenltiis. -hat's the most important thing. you don't want to put your ssecial teamm o in harm's way. the other thing is we want to do things in a ccass way. it's a learning opportunity for him. >> during theefirst day of roster cuts which was tuesday, the ravens traded for fourth year cornerback they hope can beef u
serve him drink. the jackel lies in his bed. you ask me about his reed pipe. the wind must play it for him. you ask me about his sweet songs. the wind must sing them for him. satur, the mother of dimusi, weeps for his song. once my boy wandered so freelly on the steppe, now he is captured. once dimusi wandered so freely on the steppe, now he is bound. the ewe gives up her lamb, the goat gives up her kid. my heart plays the reed pipe of mourning. in a place where he once said my mother will ask for me, now he cannot move his hands, now he cannot move his feet. i would see my child. the mother walked to the desolate place. she looked at the slain wild bull. she looked into its face. she said, my child, the face is yours. the spirit has fled. there is mourning in the house. there is grief in the inner chambers. the sister wandered about the city, weeping for her brother. gestanana wandered about the city, weeping for dimusi. oh, my brother, who is your sister? i am your sister. oh, dimusi, who is your mother? i am your mother. the day that dawns for you will also dawn for me. the d
chuck reed plans to recognize students for their contribution to make the silicon valley more energy efficient. >>> friday marked a record- breaking time as the longest period the legislature has gone without passing a budget. governor schwarzenegger and lawmakers disagree on the cuts to make to meet the deficit. >>> you heard it before that 20 years down the line those tuition payments and student loans will be worth it. a new forbes magazine is backing it up. forbes ranked san jose' state university 14th in the rate of success. >>> move over harvard. a survey released this week show that is corporate recruiters are facing state schools. the wall street journal interviewed 30 different industries and says students from state college and universities better hires because they learn practical skills and they like drawing from large populations. >>> this month marks the 200th anniversary of mexico's independence from spain. a flag raising ceremony at city hall tuesday symbolized the connection san jose has with mexico. mayor chuck reed and councilmembers presented the proclamation on d
? can they do it faster? >> pg&e wanted to make what mayor reed describes as a courtesy call before it turns over the entire list of pipelines later today we know there are two sites in milpitas, one in livermore, one in south san francisco and one in fremont. but it's the one at first that has one man doing his best to stay calm. >> i'm trying to not be too paranoid about it but it makes me reconsider coming in and just working from home downtown instead of coming around here. it's a risk after what i've seen. >> mayor reed says his job is all about finding solutions and a big part of this solution may come from people very near this risky pipeline. >> this is silicon valley. there's undoubtedly technology that could help pg&e understand the condition of their pipelines, take proactive measures to prevent problems rather than waiting for an explosion. >> well, as things stand right now, pg&e says it plans to do the repairs out here sometime in 2012 after what happened in san bruno a couple weeks ago. that may not be soon enough. live in san jose, terry mcsweeney, abc 7 news. >> ter
? >> pg&e wanted to make what mayor reed describes a a courtesy call before it turns over the entire list of pipelines later today we know there are two sites in milpitas, one in livermore, one in south san francisco a one in fremont. but it's the one at first that has one man doing his best to stay calm. >> i'm trying to not be too paranoid aboutit but it makes me reconsider coming in and just workin from home downtown instead of coming around here. it's a risk after what i've seen. >> mayor reed says his job is all about finding soluons and a big part of this solution may come from people very near this risky pipeline. >> this is silicon valley. there's undoubtedly technology that could help pg&e understand the condition of their pipelines, take proactive measures to prevent problems rather than waiting for an explosion. >> we, as things stand right now, pg&e says it plans to do the repairs out here sometime in 2012 after what happened in san bruno a couple weeks ago. that may not be soon enough. live in san jose, terry mcsweeney, abc 7news. >> terry, thanks a lot. the bay area's first
reed for his reaction. >> reporter: good morning. yes, mayor reed says he is not surprised that this area made the legs of the 100 high-risk pipeline. it's a large city and a lot of the area could be collected. they haven't gotten a lot of information yet. he's still waiting for more information to figure out where san jose goes from here. what we do know at this point, there are two intersections that will be on the list. one is on the intersection of 1st and tazman and there's another one with the border with milpitas. mayor reed said he didn't really get any more information other than that. we do know that the 1st and tazman intersection was scheduled for repair in a couple of years from now. it's not clear if being on this list is going to speed that up. mayor reed says certainly the san bruno explosion has been on his mind and certainly the question of what that means for san jose is on his mind. >> they didn't tell us a whole lot. we'll have to 2008 to see how much information they release today. we know there are two sections of a big pipeline in san jose that are s
, as he was driving by. >> kasim reed, seen in these childhood photos, was only 10 when the first two bodies were found in the woods close to his home in the summer of 1979. >> my life did change. >> how so? >> not out as late as you used to be. not able to ride your bike unaccompanied. >> in 2010, reed would become the mayor of atlanta. but back then, as the youngest boy in his family, his teenage brothers were his protectors. >> and i didn't move without my brothers for about a year. >> the bulk of the victims were boys like you? >> you're right. >> your age. >> you're right. >> black boys. >> yes. >> did you personally feel afraid? >> i can't honestly say that i really felt afraid except for at moments. you would have a van slow down and everybody was very mindful of vans at the time. >> people were suspicious of everybody. and they were afraid. and you had children walking the street, car go by, you could see some of them were in fear. >> and for good reason. the murders were about to increase to a body almost every week. ♪ in the time of trouble in the time of trouble ♪ >>> c
reed and finds the hole and sets up a goal for coyotes. two yards later reed punches it in for a 7-yard touchdown. 6-0 clarkbsurg. 2nd quarter more from reed. some nice moves here. wee give the wolverines a -- he would give the wolverines a headache all night long. reed would score twice in the 1st half. the two-point conversion here would be good. 14-0 clarkbsurg at the break. 4th quarter, clarkbsurg senior runs it in from 9 yards out, another missed two-point conversion, 20-0 clarkbsurg and that is your final. clarkbsurg head coach larry hurd very impressed with the defensive evident in that shutout. >> our defense has been -- effort in that shutout. >> our defense has been great all year. last week we didn't help them too much. we didn't move the ball, but this week they were outstanding and the coach does a great job coordinating our defense. we rely on our defense a lot. >> thanks to one who voted this week. we had close to 56,000 vote totals coming in. so keep it up. >>> coming up in sports at 11:00 an update on trent williams and the redskins as they prepare for the rams. we'll
know. he said, i'm going to get you, nigger, as he was driving by. >> kasim reed, seen in these childhood photos, was only 10 when the first two bodies were found in the woods close to his home in the summer of 1979. >> my life did change. >> how so? >> not out as late as you used to be. not able to ride your bike unaccompanied. >> in 2010, reed would become the mayor of atlanta. but back then, as the youngest boy in his family, his teenage brothers were his protectors. >> and i didn't move without my brothers for about a year. >> the bulk of the victims were boys like you? >> you're right. >> your age. >> you're right. >> black boys. >> yes. >> did you personally feel afraid? >> i can't honestly say that i really felt afraid except for at moments. you would have a van slow down and everybody was very mindful of vans at the time. >> people were suspicious of everybody. and they were afraid. and you had children walking the street, car go by, you could see some of them were in fear. >> and for good reason. the murders were about to increase to a body almost every week.
house is saying about that. >>> and the speculation is running wild. will michelle reed keep her job now that a new mayor is likely to take over. we're taking a look ahead at what the school system is looking at. t tmy name is...peggy.g you have problem? peggy? ok, i've been waiting for fifteen minutes for someone to pick up. you're tenacious like bull. i like. please hold. no, no, no...pe- so pretty. anncr: want better customer service? switch to discover, where you can talk to a real person in less than a minute. it pays to discover. >>> welcome back. 9:13 now. there has been more speculation that michelle reed might leave her office for a position with the mayor's office. if she does leave, what will that do to the strides that have been made in the recent years? joining us here with the former chair of the d.c. control board. if you weren't around then, they had control over the decisions the mayor's office made. thanks for coming in. >> glad to be here. >> and because of your position that you had before, we felt like you would have some very good insight into som
't think it was a crime. perhaps they will come forward. >> kai reed, wbal-tv 11 news. >> a defrocked catholic priest agreed to a plea deal to resolve charges he sexually abused a boy. >> the alleged boy said he was abused in 1976. the arch diocese of baltimore previously removed the priest. >> in ann arundel county police, police are looking for a man wearing a bright orange vest. they say around noon thursday he ropped a sandy spring bank in millersville. he reportedly also passed the teller a vote and got the cash and took off. >> another week of testimony wrapped up in the murder trial of former city councilman ken harris. yesterday jurors listen to debate. barry simpson covering the trial. he has the latest from the court house. >> prosecutors are trying to show the connection. they think evidence collected in the police investigation of the baltimore city murder of ken harris and the robbery of the new haven lounge. forensics say they collected sam samples from a number of items and collected blood from skin cells and submitted pieces of evidence. he said he examined the hallowe
asked him to come because he's the boogie man. the left goes ralph reed -- [ gasping ] i want to talk to him about that. i want to talk about this. this is a story that broke on the 22nd on blaze.com. which is my new website for news and information. obama asks religious leaders to preach gospel of healthcare reform. we talk about this in a second and have the audience participate. first, go to kitty. may i call you kitty? >> yes. >> glenn: kitty, you moved over here to america. how old were you when you got here? >> about 22. >> glenn: okay. you lived under hitler and then you lived under stalin. correct? >> yes. >> glenn: when you saw the churches start to get coopted, what happened? how did that start? what is the first memory you have? >> well, what i distinctly remember i was 12 years old. i went to public school and i was in sixth grade. after we elected hitler, i walked in my classroom and the crucifix was gone. there was hitler's picture and the nazi flag on each side. the teacher announced that today we don't pray anymore. we prayed in public school. we had religious educatio
of the buggers. kaye reed says don't -- kai reed says don't count on a quick fix. >> it was horrible. they hit you in the face. they are all over. >> the garage, the siding, the windows. even inside the house. an exterminateor spent hours. here she is vacuuming dozens of them up. >> if you capture them, they smell terrible. i can't get rid of them. they keep coming back. >> stink bugs are native to asia. they are first spotted in the u.s. but only made an appearance in our area over the last 10 years. they like warmer days and cooler nights and lay their eggs in places with broad, leafy trees. right now they are looking for a place to hide out. >> hibernate basically, up underneath the recesses of the house, the cracks and crevasces of the house. >> the inspector saysed owed owe is what attracts them back to the same place each year. >> it does tend to get worse and worse each year. >> short suggests sealing windows, doorcracks, anywhere the bugs can get in. an exterminateor can also spray an insect side. >> the industry is looking for a type of lure or some type of control measure to be more
was released on $1,000 unsecured fund. >>> michelle reed's fiance says she will have plenty of job offers if and when she leaves her post as chancellor dc schools. that's far more than what she had to say after meeting with the dc council chairman, vincent gray, the man who defeated her boss, mayor fenty in the democratic primary. bruce johnson was there when they ended their meeting, bruce? >> reporter: yes, lesli, it was the two of them. in a meeting that lasted one hour and 15 minutes. she didn't offer to resign after they are expecting to become mayor and they did not ask for her resignation. >> this is chancellor reed, after the meeting today. and to tell that to you earlier, this is not a decision- making meeting. >> we have not heard from the chons already since the primary. can you give us a decision as to what that is and you did not work with the chairman? >> you have campaigned for mayor fenty, your campaign lost, can you give us reactions to any of this? >> we didn't go that far as a discussion. and what is unclear is if it will be be before they take office in january and lat
. >>> mayor chuck reed talking about an audio tape that firefighter say it proves that firefighter cuts are putting the city at risk. ktvu's robert handa is live in san jose with more on this, robert. >> reporter: this station near downtown san jose is virtually empty and area fire coverage has rotating crews. today firefighters say they know this system is not effective but they are hiding it from the public. baha said she got scared during multiple fires here on tuesday. >> fire goes so fast, and we don't know how fast it can move. >> eventually the crystal flaming igniting everything beneath it. >> reporter: today the firefighters union showed how fast a fire could spread then played a audio tape from caty. >> when fire extends beyond room of origin, you get an eight to 10 time destruction. >> he gasped, he said the public will never accept that you can't say that. >> this is another piece of information kept from the public. >> reporter: katy is out of town but major chuck reed said the city has never misled the public. they will also looking for a cut in the city. >> it's not a jok
, the ceo of fusion iq and reed wilson. reed, how does this play politically? >> this is part of president obama's sort of midterm election blitz. he's trying to really sell the democratic agenda over the last year and a half and it's not that voters are angry about the failure of politicians to address government, the economy, it's about the politicians, the voter anger over the politicians' failure to find the right solution. they've done a whole bunch of things. passed a stimulus package, but voters think it hasn't worked. that's where the anger is coming from and president obama is trying to convince voters that the economy is on the right track. >> how much of thats frustration because the prlems obama claims to be solng are not our actual problems. to barry. >> i've been getting the feeling since this recovery has been taking place, that a lot of the anger out there isn't aboutst t stimulus or the economy, but it's this residual anger about the bank bailouts and t.a.r.p. tod today, we came out with three rules that really n't constrain the banks from doing anything stupid again in th
have moved through the system. that is what my plan calls for. it is something different than mr. reed's plan. it calls for extending tenure from one year to three years. >> your response? >> nothing is more frustrating than a bad teacher to a good teacher. most teachers do their jobs well. i agree with brian. we need to hold teachers accountable. if they are not doing their job, they need to find something else to do. it is that simple. we need to accountability. maybe this is the one time we agree. >> what about the union contracts and state rules? >> nevada needs an advocate for education. i began by talking about certain things. if you have a real reform, it affects everyone. i think there were people who were surprised by my education plan. i am talking about teachers losing their jobs if they do not do them well. i am a democrat. i think that is the way it should be. some people in the education windy have been rubbed the wrong way. i am proud of that. an advocate for reform that will change education in nevada. if we are going to grow our economy and put more people back to work
:25. still to come, the latest on a proposed radiation scare at walter reed. >>> new developments in the mosque controversy at ground zero. what supporters will be doing today. >>> sent begins with another heatwave. howard bernstein has our forecast and the latest on hurricane earl when 9news now returns welcome back wednesday morning. howard bernstein with you and a little haze out there this wednesday morning. a good-locking start to another hot day. all eyes the atlantic as we're watching hurricane earl. it will impact your region but off to the beaches you can see earl now. winds are at 125 miles per hour. looking pretty good in that last frame. look at how it's coming back. this is going to fluctuate some. here's our 9 future cast. you can see how the eye of earl will stay offshore but the eyewall potentially could rake the outer banks in cape hatteras and by friday morning some could be in southern maryland. clearly the beaches have the most concern. temperature is 76 and it's a little muggy out here. we've got 60s out there. fulton, 64 in justification and 74 in frederick
reed las >>> i have no doubt that our fire union will use whatever they can to their advantage to get bigger raises. >> that was chuck reed acknowledging the public fight over budget cuts for the city's fire department. tonight that debate just got hotter. len ramirez explains being fueled by some audiotape, huh, len. >> reporter: that's right, allen. the audiotape was released today by the firefighters union that seems to beg the question, what did the city know about fire safety and when did they know it? battalion chief played an audio recording he says proved san jose official knew in detail how laying off 49 firefighters would increase the risk of fire spread and fatalities. >> when fire extends beyond the origin you get an eight to tenfold increase in loss of life and property. >> reporter: on tape is the acting deputy director of fire support services speaking to a firefighters convention in florida last night. caddy describes giving that information to the city manager and top city manager at city hall. >> the public information officer was sitting there and he gasped. he sai
a travé del líder mayoritario, reed de nevada, que votó en contra para poder levantar otra vez el acta de sueño en el senado de estados unidos así que, otra vez, este otoñ vamos a ver posibilidad un voto nuevo sorbo sobre el acta de sueños, es obvio que el partido republicano no apoya a los inmigrantes y que lo más probable que no apoye o tr a travs, obviamente se hace esto en el contextos de autorizar la defensa nacional algo que apoyan mucho los republicanos y sin embargo, el que es el mero, mero el jefe de departamento de defensa apoya el acta de sueño porque más jóvenes podrían entrar a las fuerzas armad fuerzas armadas los republicanos no escuchan al propio, jefe de defensa nacional que tambié puede ser defensa nacional bajo bush, ahora apoya mucho el taco de sueño >>> esto es interesante, muestra mucho cierre a washington a todo lo que es el tema inmigrante, estamos en una entrevista con richard hops. se decía que el dream act sería como un pasaporte, un paso para la reforma migratoria. >>> ahora que esto no ha pasado las esperanzas se van a más abajo ment>>> francamen
no funciona y el senador harry reed considera po nr a votación el dream act en el senado antes de noviembre. este su noticiero univision con jorge ramos y desde méxico maría elenaero univisionnoticiero unii qué tal, buenas noches después de vosotros varios días y angustias, el pastor evangélico que había anunciado una quema del corán de asistió de su plan des el vaticano advirtieron las consecuencias del actos la cancelación del evento serelo skwoin con otro anuncio hecho en nueva york. . >>> fue una decisión por la que fih@ente sticierivisionotio univ reveciero oisionnoticiunivision necesario canceló sus planes de quemar corán vmentd>>> estoero o noticiero univisioh@noticiero u estado alertó a los norteero unn posible protestasunivisnoero uno notializabo univnciero isionnoto pedido que no hicieraero univiso si está escuchando espero que en doion que suticiernoero un prop contra rria a los valores americanos, advirtió el presidente preocupado. >>>n y porque se convierta en ua bonanza de reclutamiento para al qaeda esta mañana también en nueva york en un voto significativo
. and the next thing i know, i'm opening my eyes in a bright room in the icu here at walter reed. i didn't even understand the gravity of my injuries. >> reporter: who told you, the doctor is th doctor? >> they tell you, but it doesn't sink in until you have the clarity to lift your sheets and look. >> reporter: dan's left leg amputated above the knee. his right at the hip. a year after the attack -- >> it's a bit frustrating. i wake up every morning and i go maybe it was all a dream and i think about just swinging my legs over the edge of the bet and hop manage to the shower, but so far it hasn't come true. so then i just go, oh, crap, back to that. >> reporter: here at walter reed dan knows pain is the price of progress. ask his physical therapist, his recovery is faster than anyone predicted. >> time wise, i think it's remarkable. from the very beginning, he's been one of those guys that he gets frustrated and he's determined to make it work. >> reporter: dan is taking his rehab step by step. and as he remembers that day in afghanistan, this georgia native says he wouldn't have wished it any
the democratic primary. mayor adrian campaigned with schools chancellor michelle reed. he has centered his bid on continuing his school reforms. his opponent attended community events in the city. he showed up in southeast to meet and greet residence. earlier, he campaigned in northeast. early voting expanded today. new polling places opened. more than 2000 people have already cast ballots. >>> a controversial rowboat call is making the rounds. here is a simple. >> he is wretched, immoral, and does not deserve to represent us. let us get a decent human being to fight for our children, not kill them. >> i was in reference to a report that one council member paid for an abortion on behalf of one of his aides. he told our website the call is groundless and upsetting. both candidates denied having anything to do with the call. graham asked federal authorities to investigate. for more, go to our website, >>>. >>> girl is a post tropical storm. it made landfall in nova scotia, cutting power to homes and businesses. it could take two days to restore power. folks in massachusetts dodged a bullet. the
for ragweed. this is over at walter reed. on average, we are above average for the ragweed pollen count. it is really going to begin to pick up. over the next couple of days, but temperatures will be in the 60's. here is what is going on around the spirit let me take your around the state. this is from the nascent terrace satellite. this is -- the nasa terrace satellite. all this is nice. even though it is in the tropics and it is a hurricane, the cause gets so high that day or composing ice crystals. the wind is 150 miles per hour. there is igor. there is an julia. and there is powell. -- there is carl. all these are staying safely out to see over the weekend. igor will be decreasing, but may be a threat to bermuda. and there is a chance that carl will head into the yucatan. down and plots -- down and spots like dallas-fort worth where the dewpoint is in the 70's. delightful. tomorrow morning, and temperatures will be around 60 degrees in town. sunrise is almost 11:00 a.m., is it not? it will be a comfortable 80 degrees. then a little weather front will come our way. there is a risk of
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